I’d like to share three with you: One from Suzy Ward, one from Jean Hudon, and one from Russ Michael. The chronology in which they were sent was Russ’s first, then Jean’s, then Suzy’s.
You may not agree with all that is said. Some opinions are controversial. But just imagine a roundtable with Bishop Tutu sitting next to the Dalai Lama and alongside Jesse Jackson. Not everyone may agree.
The tendency is to want to “vote” on people’s shares. Oh, I liked this one but I didn’t like that one.
But I ask you just to listen to everyone here for the sake of simply knowing the range of opinion. The discussion is enlightening. Let’s get it on the table. For mature audiences only. Viewer discretion is advised.
Suzy Ward channels her son, Matthew Ward, who is, in my opinion, a highly-evolved spirit teacher. Matthew has been giving us messages since the 1990s, including several books on the afterlife and the 2012 scenario.
Suzy Ward, Nov. 20, 2010, Re: Criticism about SaLuSa Message, 19th November 2010
It’s not just my great respect for Mike’s clarity in receiving and my admiration for his dedication to making SaLuSa’s frequent messages available that prompts me to write — it’s that all my sources feel the same, and their opinions are far more valuable than mine.
I doubt that Mike would even consider altering SaLuSa’s information any more than I would do that with what I receive, even knowing that something might be — or certainly will be — controversial. And it’s no more his responsibility to defend that information than it is mine to defend what I receive.
If Mike is weary of getting flack for his highly evolved source’s enlightenment and loving guidance, I surely can understand. I’ll bet he has kept going for the same reason I do, weary as I am of being asked to explain why Matthew’s messages differ from other channeled information or from Edgar Cayce’s or A Course in Miracles or someone’s Web site or other books’ authors: Far more readers are grateful for the informative, uplifting messages than find fault with them.
Colleen Thomas was a total unknown to me until I read Jean’s letter, written after comprehensive research. I think his thoughtful perspective is excellent, and I applaud his explanation of Obama’s situation and our responsibility to do our part in transforming our world. Russ Michael’s reply to Janis perfectly expresses my feelings about using discernment and “not throwing out the baby…” when a question arises; but from what Jean wrote about Colleen, I don’t think she’s a tool of the dark ones.
Especially when someone is a novice at receiving, it’s possible, even likely, that unwittingly they let their deep convictions bleed into the channeled information and they haven’t yet learned to distinguish that from clarity in receiving.
Before it’s obvious to every thinking person that huge beneficial changes are happening, we’re in for a lot of turmoil. Our unity in thought and intent, staying steadfast in the light and going within for answers will serve us far better than questioning trivial issues and angry disagreements — those divisive reactions keep duality going strong and deter our achieving the harmonious, peaceful world we’re all working toward.
LOVE and PEACE…Suzy